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Ukraine and Scotland face off on the football field on Wednesday

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Russia presses a major offensive in eastern Ukraine as other areas regain normalcy

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Volunteers from Belarus practice at a shooting range near Warsaw, Poland, on May 20. Belarusians are among those who have answered a call by Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy for foreign fighters to go to Ukraine and join the International Legion for the Territorial Defense of Ukraine. Michal Dyjuk/AP hide caption

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These Belarusians join the fight against Russia, defying their Moscow-backed regime

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The devastation on Bucha's Vokzal'na Street in early April, just after the Russian troops left. The photo below shows the cleaned up street on Monday. Dmytro Larin / Ukrainska Pravda hide caption

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U.K. Prime Minister Johnson reportedly will bring back imperial measurements

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European Union leaders agree to ban 90% of Russian oil by the end of 2022

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News brief: Russian oil ban, Uvalde funerals, deadliest federal prison

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Business leader turned military commander Vsevolod Kozhemyako stands at a position in Ruska Lozova, a village retaken by the Ukrainian forces in the Kharkiv region, May 16. Ricardo Moraes/Reuters hide caption

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A look inside the Ukrainian 'billionaire's battalion' fighting Russian forces

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Ukrainian demonstrators demand an embargo on Russian oil during a protest in front of EU institutions prior to an extraordinary meeting of EU leaders to discuss Ukraine, energy and food security at the Europa building in Brussels on Monday. Olivier Matthys/AP hide caption

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World Dracula Day was May 26 and people in Whitby, England, came out in force

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A former president of Estonia predicted Russia would invade Ukraine

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A missing Ukrainian woman's family wants to know if she was forcibly taken to Russia

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